Spitfire P7350 and Hurricane LF363 wind features

  • £250.00
    Unit price per 
Tax included.

Stock level re added, but any sales won’t be posted until first week in jan. This is the last aircraft wind feature we are going to make for a few months due to the strong demand of the Tornado Rookie 

Stock level running low, last few avaliable.

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This is the latest batch of Aircraft available to purchase, the kit is based on the current markings of spitfire P7350 and Hurricane LF363. They are both currently still Airworthy and are based at the Royal Airforce Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at RAF Coningsby.

When Purchased, you will receive a kit form Aluminum Spitfire and Hurricane with mounting brackets, Nuts, Bolts and rivets . 

In 2021 I found myself working alongside Guy Martin for his latest series Guys Garage available to watch on channel 4 on demand. We featured in the Landrover episode 3 and throughout filming we struck up a common interest in Ww2 and all things engineering.  I then approached him with an idea that I had already started working on and he was behind it 100%. 

Lancaster Bomber wind feature mark one was first built out of offcuts from the Land Rover build in the series Guy`s Garage. This is  1/25th  scale model of the Lancaster ( 4ft wingspan) manufactured out of 2mm and 2.5mm aircraft grade aluminum. All parts are pre formed in the UK to allow simple construction by bolting and riveting together. These 2 Aircraft have been made to match the scale of the 4ft Lancaster we have sold to make a great collection to own.

 The planes are finished in bare aluminum form. This comes with some surface scratches from the laser cutters and there is nothing we can do about that. We recommend the components are surface polished with Scotch-brite which will remove the scratches and give a much better finish as well. 

This batch of 75 Planes will be sold in serial number order, based on when the orders are completed. All fuselages are individually cut with an individual airframe number and have a matching documentation included signed by Guy Martin. This is limited to batches so possibly, sometime in the future another batch might be produced with serial numbers continuing upward. The document that comes with the Planes are RAF from 78 but we were unable to obtain a copy of the original documents, so have recreated them based on the history of the aircrafts.

The practical stuff.

The build time is approximately 1 hour per Plane and come with detailed instruction images and a build description. These are slightly more technical to build than the Lancaster, we would recommend using the instructions when assembling. 

 Tools needed for constructing are 8mm spanner, 10mm spanner, 13mm spanner, 3mm and 5mm Allen keys and a pop rivet gun. If you haven’t got a pop rivet gun, they are available for around £10 online but the cheap ones are sometimes hard work to use so we recommend buying or borrowing a higher quality one. 

For each pair of these wind feature sold, we are donating £10.00 to the Just Jane Lancaster rebuild project www.lincsaviation.co.uk 


 Don’t forget to show us pictures of your Planes once you have built and mounted them in position. Guy has said if he sees one, he will stop and check you have all your bolts and washers pointing the correct way!